Celebrate World KC Day on November 10th!

World KC Day is dedicated to raising awareness for keratoconus (KC), as well as educating and advocating for those living with KC. It is sponsored by the National Keratoconus Foundation, an educational program of the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute.

Join us in bringing awareness to this sight-threatening disease.

Add Yourself to the NKCF’s Interactive World KC Day Map Add Yourself

Follow @livingwithkc on Instagram


Join us and other members of the KC community to spread the word and celebrate World KC Day. Show your support of World KC Day by following @livingwithkc on Instagram. Share your story and help drive awareness of keratoconus by tagging your posts with #WorldKCDay.

Help Advocate for Keratoconus

  • Use the hashtag #WorldKCDay to share your story on social media
  • Add yourself to the NKCF’s Interactive World KC Day Map
  • Take a selfie or a picture that shows your perspective on KC and submit it to be shared on the NKCF’s World KC Gallery
  • Share your story via a guest blog. Contact us for a 30-minute interview.

Learn More Through Our Blog Feed

March 7, 2018 in Blog

Infographic: Understanding Keratoconus & the Importance of Early Diagnosis

For those living with keratoconus (KC), it can be difficult to understand the full complexity of the condition and how it can affect your eyesight. Often, people first hear about... Read More
March 5, 2018 in Blog

Finding the Right Corrective Fit

One of the biggest challenges keratoconus patients talk about is finding contacts that fit and are comfortable. At this time, there is no cure for keratoconus and available treatment options... Read More
February 13, 2018 in KC Journeys

Cedric’s Story

Considered a “failure to thrive” infant when he was born, Cedric was only given a 10% chance to live by his doctors. Cedric was taken in by one of his attending nurses who made him a part…

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